It would seem that getting the full complement of NLRB Members in place and ridding it of Obama overreach may lighten the workload for the federal court system quite a bit. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit earlier this week overturned another NLRB decision that came out of Portland, Oregon. The management of a Fred Meyer grocery store had called the police on union organizers and a local elected official back in 2009 for lingering in the store and arguing with managers and the police. As a result, the individuals were arrested and brought action against the store before the NLRB. The agency ruled that calling the police amounted to a violation of federal labor laws because their actions were protected union activities. In a classic understatement, the court wrote that “the Board’s actions in this matter are more consistent with the role of an advocate than an adjudicator.”